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Whimpering pleading homework papers.

Please! Don't forget me! Please! Help!
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Each homework paper has a tiny flat microphone in it. After 9:30pm or so, if it has not been written on it starts to plead and whine and moan. Just imagine the racket a book bag filled with such papers might make!

The homework paper also has transmitter in it. So,if it has been lost I can find it. If it is destroyed it sends out a distress signal so maybe I can save it.

Once completed the homework giggles softly and falls asleep. In the morning it cries out to remind the student to take it to school.

futurebird, Dec 06 2003


       Given you've crossed over to the Dark Side, so to speak, I would put in a plea for not loading the kids down so heavily with homework in the first place.
DrCurry, Dec 06 2003

       Homework that gets sad when it remains unstarted?
bristolz, Dec 06 2003

       Better than me getting sad. Eh?
futurebird, Dec 06 2003

       [+] Wouldn't have helped me much. I actually enjoyed homework. <artfully dodges flying textbooks>
Klaatu, Dec 07 2003

       "Please, no Bouncer. Down boy, fetch bone, oh dear!" <shredding paper sounds>
lubbit, Dec 07 2003

       Silly, NY isn't a country!
And my solution to the problem was that I never did homework until I got to college. Of course, that left me with some studying issues, but luckily I found the halfbakery, so I'm OK now.

       Now, if you'll excuse me, it's 2:00 am, and I have to stop halfbaking or I'll fail my anatomy test on monday.
Overpanic, Dec 07 2003

       What happens if its a multi-day assignment? Does it ask to have certian sections of it done by a certain date?...Hmm. I think I just answered my own question...
Space-Pope, Dec 07 2003

       Overpanic: NY certainly is a state, which counts as a country in some parts of the world, if not this one.
DrCurry, Dec 07 2003

       The United Staes are the borg, we are one.
thelambs, Dec 07 2003

       // After 9:30pm or so, if it has not been written on it starts to plead and whine and moan. //   

       Especially if it's been left in a school locker.
phundug, Dec 08 2003

phoenix, Dec 08 2003

       Make it insult you in demeaning curses if you fail to turn it in on time ... or scream in agony as its destroyed ... [+]
Letsbuildafort, Dec 08 2003

       Why not self-grading homework papers, that whimper if you use the word "interesting" too many times in your book report.
phundug, Dec 08 2003

       I don’t think that making homework more annoying and guilt-inducing would be an improvement.
AO, Dec 08 2003

       I disagree. It certainly would be an improvement to make homework more guilt-inducing, if it prevented you from watching 4 hours of "Adult Swim" on cartoon network.   

       I personally think that my computer should whine and plead and get more annoying as I use it later and later into the night. We'll see how my anatomy test went today...
Overpanic, Dec 08 2003

       Don't worry, I'm sure you have every part that everyone else has, give or take a few of the more interesting ones.
RayfordSteele, Dec 08 2003

futurebird, Dec 08 2003

       It’s the homework, of course. That’s why the dog’s been whining.
pluterday, Dec 09 2003

       <aside> Did any other UK h'bakers play the 'Countdown' theme tune in their head after reading [pheonix]'s last anno?   

       <bud-dah, bud-dah, bud-dal-ah-bah boo!>
Jinbish, Dec 09 2003

       I certainly could use this. At least, a computer program that whined to stop me from Halfbaking during computer science. Eh, who needs to learn Java anyway?
Baker^-1, Dec 09 2003

       hell ya i would love to do homework that way   

       does that mean homework could be foreplay (he he he he)
hamheart, Jun 07 2008


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